Bob Edwards Wife: Who Is Windsor Johnston?

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Windsor Johnston is a NPR news anchor and married with Bob Edwards until his death. They tied knot in 2011. He had been married on three different women throughout his life. Both of his marriages to Joan Murphy and Sharon Kelly ultimately resulted in divorce. He had two daughters, Eleanor and Susannah, from his relationship with Sharon Kelly.

Windsor Johnston Biography

Windsor Johnston is a news anchor for NPR and began her career as a morning news anchor and news director at WRTI where she worked from 1995 to 2011, after graduating from Temple University.

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She gained experience in reporting by working for WHYY and Metro Network. From 2004 to 2011, she worked part-time as a professor at Temple University. In 2011, she joined NPR, where her partner had also worked in the past.

The couple’s connection started back to 2004 when Windsor Johnston interviewed Bob Edwards about his second book, ‘Edward R. Murrow and the Birth of Broadcast Journalism’.

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Windsor Johnston Wiki

Windsor JohnstonBio
Age70 years (in 2024)
Birthday1954
Famous ForBob Edwards’s wife
BirthplaceLouisville, Kentucky, U.S.
Zodiac SignNot known
EthnicityMixed
NationalityAmerican
SexualityStraight
Religion/beliefChristianity
HeightNot known
WeightNot known
ChildrenEleanor and Susannah with Sharon Kelly
SpouseBob Edwards (m. 2011)
ParentsNames are not disclosed
EducationNot known

Windsor Johnston and Bob Edwards marriage

Windsor Johnston is the third wife of Bob Edwards. They tied the knot on December 28, 2011. On February 10, 2024, Bob Edwards died at the age of 76, in Arlington, Virginia. His cause of death was reported to be from metastatic bladder cancer and heart failure.

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Lesser Known Facts About Windsor Johnston

  • Windsor Johnston’s husband, Bob Edwards was born in Louisville, Kentucky, to a homemaking mother and an accountant father.
  • He became interested in radio, and pursuing a radio career, from a young age.
  • He anchored national newscasts for the Mutual Broadcasting System, at the age of 25, in 1972.
  • Edwards became an NPR newscaster in 1974.
  • Before Morning Edition, Edwards co-hosted ‘All Things Considered’.

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